EAL Diploma in Engineering Technologies Level 1
Engineering & Automotive
Mode of Study
02 September 2020
- Minimum of 4 GCSEs grade D or above to include Maths at grade D and English/Welsh First Language or an appropriate Entry Level qualification.
In a nutshell
This is an entry level course in the dynamic world of engineering technology
This course is for you if...
... You are in full-time education
... You want a career change
... You want a basic level of understanding about engineering
What will I be doing?
The qualification has been specifically designed to offer progression onto the EAL Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Technologies.
To earn this qualification, you must complete a range of mandatory and optional units, including:
- 001 Intro to working in Engineering
- 002 Intro to machining engineering materials
- 003 Intro to cutting, forming and assembling engineering materials
- 005 Intro to electronics
- 006 Intro to electrical installation
- 007 Intro to electrical and mechanical maintenance
- 013 Intro to basic maths and science used in Engineering
- 015 Intro to CAD (Computer Aided Design)
- 016 Intro to CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture)
The course allows you to work towards a Level 2 Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations - a practical, competency-based qualification where you’ll complete practical exercises and assessments in the engineering workshop.
You’ll be assessed via exams, coursework, assignments, portfolio work, laboratory or practical assessments. Upon completion, you’ll achieve:
- EAL Level 1 Diploma in Engineering Technologies
- Skills Challenge
- Other relevant qualifications to enhance your skill set
What is expected of me?
To enter the course, you’ll need a minimum of 4 GCSEs, Grade D or above, to include Maths at Grade D and English/Welsh First Language or an appropriate Entry Level qualification.
You'll need to be numerate, creative, have a keen interest in engineering, be self-motivated, hardworking, punctual and committed.
What comes next?
- EAL Level 2 Diploma in Engineering Technologies
- Progress onto a suitable apprenticeship or employment as a mechanical or maintenance technician, machinist, toolmaker or fitter/turner.
- Employment in industry
You’ll develop essential employability skills such as self-management, team working, business awareness, customer awareness, problem-solving, communication, basic literacy and numeracy and a positive attitude to work.
You’ll need Personal Protective Equipment, such as boots and overalls, the cost of which is approximately £40.00. You’ll also need to supply your own stationery and folders.
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Contact our Student Recruitment team
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